Management

The Traction Book Isn’t Working: 3 Mistakes People Make Self-Implementing EOS

You’re Not Keeping Up Accountability Accountability is the easiest concept in Traction to wrap your head around. At the same time, it’s one of the hardest to actually achieve. The basis of Traction® is that accountability is broken into scaling goals. If you’re using the Entrepreneurial Operating System® already, you’re probably familiar with the following…

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How To Set Company Goals: EOS Rocks ™

How To Set Company Goals

How To Set Company Goals: EOS Rocks ™ Few things are more important in a business than knowing how to set company goals. It doesn’t matter if you run a 1-person operation, a small business, or a corporate production facility; without goals you’re just driving in circles. And, if you’re going in circles, it doesn’t matter…

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EOS Vision And A Strategy For The Future Of Your Company

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EOS® Vision And A Strategy For The Future Of Your Company   Modern businesses toss the term “vision” around a lot these days. Consultants and colleagues alike will tell you that you need a “vision” without ever telling what exactly a vision is. Plenty will even tell you that their “vision” is the right one…

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EOS Core Values: Demonstrate To Elevate

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EOS Core Values™: Demonstrate To Elevate   Anyone familiar with the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS)® knows that identifying EOS Core Values™ for your company is a key step in having a real Vision. EOS Core Values guide the company in every decision, from whom they hire to their 10-Year Target™. As a Dallas leadership coach and…

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Want Better Leadership Team Meetings? Learn to Solve Your Issues

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Want Better Leadership Team Meetings? Learn to Solve Your Issues   I want to start by dragging the ugly truth into the cold, hard light of day. According to interviews by the Harvard Business Review only 5% of leadership team members think their company had a rigorous system for keeping their meetings focused. 12% believed…

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